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Recent Posts in July 2018

  • Child Support Awareness Month
    August is Child Support Awareness Month, and it was established in 1995 by President Bill Clinton to help custodial parents get financial support...
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  • Divorce and Adoptive Parents
    Filing for divorce is never an easy decision, especially when there are children in the family. For families with adopted children, there can...
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  • Divorce and Social Media
    Social media has become widely popular for communicating with groups of friends and colleagues. Most people use at least one of the popular...
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  • Child Marriage and Divorce in the United States
    Many Americans might be surprised to know that in half of the country, there is no legal minimum age requirement to marry. In...
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  • Mediation vs. Litigation
    In New Jersey, mediation is a required first step to resolve child custody and financial issues before divorce litigation can begin. However, some...
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  • Wage Garnishment for Child Support
    When child support payments are not being made, a wage garnishment order may go into effect. This means that the noncustodial parent will...
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  • How Divorce Affects Spousal Social Security Benefits
    Most people who have worked a sufficient number of years are eligible for Social Security benefits when they retire. Although the full retirement...
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